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naive nn visualisation #331

silky opened this Issue Mar 15, 2018 · 2 comments


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silky commented Mar 15, 2018

just reshape all the weights to be in the shape of an image, normalise the values, and output it.


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dcousens commented Mar 15, 2018

What do you mean by re-shape?

And is this like, a generic tool?
Would that require a generic output standard?
I'd be interested in this, as in my own visualizations I often don't have the time to write-up a custom solution for the language I am using.

But it would be great to have more-generically on my CLI to pipe it out for quick visualization.


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silky commented Mar 19, 2018

nah it wouldn't be generic

i literally just meant take an array that's say (100, 300) and then reshape it to (100, 100, 3) then plot it.

i did this with some simple model, and it looked kind of interesting at some layers. it kind of tells you something about how many parameters you're using.

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